Gun Rights Policy Conference

I have been to this event three times. The event itself is free. Your travel expenses and time are your only costs.  Highly recommended:

Dear Second Amendment Activist,

On behalf of the Second Amendment Foundation Board of Trustees and the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Board of Directors, I am thrilled to invite you to the 38th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) in Phoenix, Arizona, September 22-24, 2023, as we plan the ROAD TO LIBERTY. 

With the recent rash of draconian anti-gun legislation, the courts ignoring the SCOTUS Bruen and Heller decisions and the critical 2024 elections, now is the time to come together and plan the winning strategy for our Second Amendment civil rights VICTORY!

Confirmed and invited speakers include Massad Ayoob, Stephen Gutowski, Tom & Ryan Gresham, Bob Cottrell, Mark Walters, Stephen Halbrook, Dave Kopel, Chuck Michel, AWR Hawkins, and many others. 

At GRPC, you get to network with other 2A activists and meet national leaders. This interaction is vital to developing new plans and the continuation of the successful strategies that have won recent Second Amendment victories.

There is no charge for GRPC, but pre-registration is required.  The conference will include a day and a half of the best and brightest minds in the Second Amendment field (Saturday/Sunday) and wonderful opportunities to network at a Friday and Saturday evening reception.

REGISTER NOW to reserve your spot at GRPC. 

The conference will be held at the Marriott Phoenix Airport.  We have negotiated a limited number of rooms at a special conference rate of $159.00 per night from September 21-25.  BOOK now to take advantage of this deal.? 

We are all looking forward to seeing you!

With warm regards,

Alan M. Gottlieb
Founder Second Amendment Foundation and Chairman, Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms


One thought on “Gun Rights Policy Conference

  1. Maybe this years theme should be: “Shall not be infringed”. Make every lawyer and lobbyist pledge to start asking that question of every judge and politician they come in contact with.
    Along with the warning of the penalties 241 & 242 for their acts of said infringement?
    One might also remind folks that if , “No rights are absolute”, Then neither is the right of them to rule? As both are codified in the same documents.
    And that all this nonsense is pushing us into a, My rights-your life, make a choice, situation?
    And that congresses power to tax and regulate commerce will hardly be affected by abolition of the BATF. They have been a net liability since inception.

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